Appointed by Governor John Engler in 2002, Judge Michael Warren was elected in 2004, 2006, and 2012. He has twice served as the Presiding Judge of the General Civil and Criminal Division of the Court, and served three terms on the Michigan Supreme Court’s Model Civil Jury Instructions Committee. He was the first state mandatory e-filing judge, and is the pilot judge for the paperless courtroom.
He served on the State Board of Education from 1999-2002, and chaired the State Board’s Task Force on Embracing the Information Age. He has been heavily involved in drafting the Social Studies Standards for the State of Michigan.
He and his then 10 year old daughter Leah co-founded Patriot Week, which is celebrated in several states (www.PatriotWeek.org). Patriot Week renews America’s spirit by celebrating the First Principles, Founding Fathers and other Patriots, vital documents and speeches, and flags that make America the greatest nation in world history. Leah and he co-produce Patriot Lessons, a community television show focusing on American civics and history.
He is the former Executive Director of The New Common School Foundation, and is the current Education Chair for Cornerstone School’s Board of Directors.
He taught Constitutional Law at Western Michigan Cooley Law School.
He has written extensively on education and legal matters, including his book, "America’s Survival Guide, How to Stop America’s Impending Suicide by Reclaiming Our First Principles and History" (www.AmericasSurvivalGuide.com).
He is a former judicial clerk for Michigan Supreme Court Justice Dorothy Comstock
Riley and partner in corporate law at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Law LLP.
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